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2000 NFL Draft

                   
2000 NFL Draft
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General information
Date(s) April 15–16, 2000
Time 12:00 PM EDT April 15
11:00 AM EDT April 16
Location Madison Square Garden
New York City, New York, U.S.
Network(s) (US) ESPN
Picks
First selection Courtney Brown, DE
Cleveland Browns
Mr. Irrelevant Mike Green, SS
Chicago Bears
Overall selections 254
NFL Draft
 < 1999 2001 > 

The 2000 NFL Draft was the procedure by which National Football League teams selected amateur U.S. college football players. It is officially known as the NFL Annual Player Selection Meeting. The draft was held April 15–16, 2000. No teams elected to claim any players in the supplemental draft that year. The drafted started with Penn State teammates Courtney Brown and LaVar Arrington being selected consecutively, making them the only Penn State players to go number one and two. The New York Jets had four first-round draft picks, the most by any team in the history of the Draft (16 teams have had three picks but no other has had four).

Contents

The 254 players chosen in the draft comprised:


  Player selections

= compensatory selection = supplemental compensatory selection = Pro Bowler [1]

  Round one

Pick # NFL team Player Position College
1 Cleveland Browns Courtney Brown Defensive end Penn State
2 Washington Redskins (from New Orleans) LaVar Arrington Linebacker Penn State
3 Washington Redskins (from San Francisco) Chris Samuels Tackle Alabama
4 Cincinnati Bengals Peter Warrick Wide receiver Florida State
5 Baltimore Ravens (from Atlanta) Jamal Lewis Running back Tennessee
6 Philadelphia Eagles Corey Simon Defensive tackle Florida State
7 Arizona Cardinals Thomas Jones Running back Virginia
8 Pittsburgh Steelers Plaxico Burress Wide receiver Michigan State
9 Chicago Bears Brian Urlacher Linebacker New Mexico
10 Baltimore Ravens (from Denver) Travis Taylor Wide receiver Florida
11 New York Giants Ron Dayne Running back Wisconsin
12 New York Jets (from Carolina through Washington and San Francisco) Shaun Ellis Defensive end Tennessee
13 New York Jets (from San Diego through Tampa Bay) John Abraham Defensive end South Carolina
14 Green Bay Packers Bubba Franks Tight end Miami (Florida)
15 Denver Broncos (from Baltimore) Deltha O'Neal Defensive back California
16 San Francisco 49ers (from New England through New York Jets) Julian Peterson Linebacker Michigan State
17 Oakland Raiders Sebastian Janikowski Kicker Florida State
18 New York Jets Chad Pennington Quarterback Marshall
19 Seattle Seahawks (from Dallas) [2] Shaun Alexander Running back Alabama
20 Detroit Lions Stockar McDougle Tackle Oklahoma
21 Kansas City Chiefs Sylvester Morris Wide receiver Jackson State
22 Seattle Seahawks Chris McIntosh Tackle Wisconsin
23 Carolina Panthers (from Miami) Rashard Anderson Defensive back Jackson State
24 San Francisco 49ers (from Washington) Ahmed Plummer Cornerback Ohio State
25 Minnesota Vikings Chris Hovan Defensive tackle Boston College
26 Buffalo Bills Erik Flowers Defensive end Arizona State
27 New York Jets (from Tampa Bay) Anthony Becht Tight end West Virginia
28 Indianapolis Colts Rob Morris Linebacker BYU
29 Jacksonville Jaguars R. Jay Soward Wide receiver USC
30 Tennessee Titans Keith Bulluck Linebacker Syracuse
31 St. Louis Rams Trung Canidate Running back Arizona

  Round two

Pick # NFL team Player Position College
32 Cleveland Browns Dennis Northcutt Wide receiver Arizona
33 New Orleans Saints Darren Howard Defensive end Kansas State
34 Cincinnati Bengals Mark Roman Safety LSU
35 San Francisco 49ers John Engelberger Defensive end Virginia Tech
36 Philadelphia Eagles Todd Pinkston Wide receiver Southern Miss
37 Atlanta Falcons Travis Claridge Guard USC
38 Pittsburgh Steelers Marvel Smith Tackle Arizona State
39 Chicago Bears Mike Brown Strong safety Nebraska
40 Denver Broncos Ian Gold Linebacker Michigan
41 Arizona Cardinals Raynoch Thompson Linebacker Tennessee
42 New York Giants Cornelius Griffin Defensive tackle Alabama
43 San Diego Chargers Rogers Beckett Strong safety Marshall
44 Green Bay Packers Chad Clifton Tackle Tennessee
45 Denver Broncos (from Baltimore) Kenoy Kennedy Strong safety Arkansas
46 New England Patriots Adrian Klemm Tackle Hawaii
47 Oakland Raiders Jerry Porter Wide receiver West Virginia
48 San Francisco 49ers (from New York Jets) Jason Webster Cornerback Texas A&M
49 Dallas Cowboys Dwayne Goodrich Cornerback Tennessee
50 Detroit Lions Barrett Green Linebacker West Virginia
51 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Carolina) [3] Cosey Coleman Guard Tennessee
52 Seattle Seahawks Ike Charlton Cornerback Virginia Tech
53 Miami Dolphins Todd Wade Tackle Mississippi
54 Kansas City Chiefs William Bartee Cornerback Oklahoma
55 Minnesota Vikings Fred Robbins Defensive tackle Wake Forest
56 Minnesota Vikings (from Washington) Michael Boireau Defensive end Miami (Florida)
57 Carolina Panthers (from Tampa Bay) [3] Deon Grant Free safety Tennessee
58 Buffalo Bills Travares Tillman Free safety Georgia Tech
59 Indianapolis Colts Marcus Washington Linebacker Auburn
60 Jacksonville Jaguars Brad Meester Center Northern Iowa
61 Philadelphia Eagles (from Tennessee) [4] Bobbie Williams Guard Arkansas
62 St. Louis Rams Jacoby Shepherd Cornerback Oklahoma State

  Round three

Pick # NFL team Player Position College
63 Cleveland Browns Travis Prentice Running back Miami (Ohio)
64 Washington Redskins (from New Orleans) Lloyd Harrison Cornerback North Carolina State
65 San Francisco 49ers Giovanni Carmazzi Quarterback Hofstra
66 Cincinnati Bengals Ron Dugans Wide receiver Florida State
67 Atlanta Falcons Mark Simoneau Outside linebacker Kansas State
68 Tennessee Titans (from Philadelphia) [4] Erron Kinney Tight end Florida
69 Chicago Bears Dez White Wide receiver Georgia Tech
70 Denver Broncos Chris Cole Wide receiver Texas A&M
71 Arizona Cardinals Darwin Walker Defensive tackle Tennessee
72 Pittsburgh Steelers Kendrick Clancy Defensive tackle Mississippi
73 New York Giants Ron Dixon Wide receiver Lambuth
74 Green Bay Packers Steve Warren Defensive tackle Nebraska
75 Baltimore Ravens Chris Redman Quarterback Louisville
76 New England Patriots J.R. Redmond Running back Arizona State
77 Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland) Hank Poteat Cornerback Pittsburgh
78 New York Jets Laveranues Coles Wide receiver Florida State
79 Cleveland Browns JaJuan Dawson Wide receiver Tulane
80 Seattle Seahawks (from Dallas) Darrell Jackson Wide receiver Florida
81 Detroit Lions Reuben Droughns Running back Oregon
82 Carolina Panthers Leander Jordan Tackle Indiana University of Pennsylvania
83 San Diego Chargers Damion McIntosh Tackle Kansas State
84 Miami Dolphins Ben Kelly Cornerback Colorado
85 Kansas City Chiefs Greg Wesley Free safety Arkansas-Pine Bluff
86 San Francisco 49ers (from Seattle) [5] Jeff Ulbrich Inside linebacker Hawaii
87 Chicago Bears (from Washington) Dustin Lyman Tight end Wake Forest
88 Minnesota Vikings Doug Chapman Running back Marshall
89 Buffalo Bills Corey Moore Outside linebacker Virginia Tech
90 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Nate Webster Linebacker Miami (Florida)
91 Indianapolis Colts David Macklin Cornerback Penn State
92 Jacksonville Jaguars T.J. Slaughter Outside linebacker Southern Mississippi
93 Tennessee Titans Byron Frisch Defensive end Brigham Young University
94 St. Louis Rams John St. Clair Tackle Virginia

  Round four

Pick # NFL team Player Position College
95 Cleveland Browns Lewis Sanders Cornerback Maryland
96 New Orleans Saints Terrelle Smith Fullback Arizona State
97 Cincinnati Bengals Curtis Keaton Running back James Madison
98 Green Bay Packers (from San Francisco) [6] Na'il Diggs Linebacker Ohio State
99 Philadelphia Eagles Gari Scott Wide receiver Michigan State
100 Atlanta Falcons Michael Thompson Tackle Tennessee State
101 Denver Broncos Jerry Johnson Defensive tackle Florida State
102 Arizona Cardinals David Barrett Cornerback Arkansas
103 Pittsburgh Steelers Danny Farmer Wide receiver UCLA
104 St. Louis Rams (from Chicago) [7] Kaulana Noa Guard Hawaii
105 New York Giants Brandon Short Linebacker Penn State
106 Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore) Antonio Wilson Linebacker Texas A&M
107 Oakland Raiders Junior Ioane Defensive end Arizona State
108 San Francisco 49ers (from Green Bay) [6] John Keith Safety Furman
109 Dallas Cowboys Kareem Larrimore Cornerback West Texas A&M
110 Cleveland Browns Aaron Shea Tight end Michigan
111 San Diego Chargers (from Philadelphia) [8] Trevor Gaylor Wide receiver Miami (Ohio)
112 Denver Broncos (from Carolina) Cooper Carlisle Guard Florida
113 San Diego Chargers (from Detroit through Philadelphia) [9] Leonardo Carson Defensive tackle Auburn
114 Green Bay Packers Anthony Lucas Wide receiver Arkansas
115 Kansas City Chiefs Frank Moreau Running back Louisville
116 Seattle Seahawks Marcus Bell Linebacker Arizona
117 Miami Dolphins Deon Dyer Fullback North Carolina
118 Minnesota Vikings Tyrone Carter Safety Minnesota
119 Seattle Seahawks (from San Francisco) [5] Isaiah Kacyvenski Linebacker Harvard
120 Carolina Panthers (from Tampa Bay) [3] Alvin McKinley Defensive end Mississippi State
121 Buffalo Bills Avion Black Wide receiver Tennessee State
122 Indianapolis Colts Josh Williams Defensive tackle Michigan
123 Jacksonville Jaguars Joe Chustz Tackle Louisiana Tech
124 Tennessee Titans Bobby Myers Safety Wisconsin
125 Chicago Bears (from St. Louis Rams) [7] Reggie Austin Cornerback Wake Forest
126 Green Bay Packers Gary Berry Safety Ohio State
127 New England Patriots Greg Randall Tackle Michigan State
128 Tennessee Titans Peter Sirmon Linebacker Oregon
129 Washington Redskins Michael Moore Guard Troy

  Round five

Pick # NFL team Player Position College
130 Cleveland Browns Anthony Malbrough Cornerback Texas Tech
131 New Orleans Saints Tutan Reyes Guard Mississippi
132 San Francisco 49ers (from Green Bay) [6] Paul Smith Fullback Texas-El Paso
133 Cincinnati Bengals Robert Bean Cornerback Mississippi State
134 Atlanta Falcons Anthony Midget Cornerback Virginia Tech
135 Tennessee Titans (from Philadelphia) [4] Aric Morris Strong safety Michigan State
136 Arizona Cardinals Mao Tosi Defensive tackle Idaho
137 Pittsburgh Steelers Clark Haggans Linebacker Colorado State
138 Indianapolis Colts (from New Orleans) Matt Johnson Center Brigham Young
139 St. Louis Rams (from Denver) Brian Young Defensive tackle Texas-El Paso
140 New York Giants Ralph Brown Cornerback Nebraska
141 New England Patriots Dave Stachelski Tight end Boise State
142 Oakland Raiders Shane Lechler Punter Texas A&M
143 New York Jets Windrell Hayes Wide receiver Southern California
144 Dallas Cowboys Michael Wiley Running back Ohio State
145 Detroit Lions Todd Franz Safety Tulsa
146 Cleveland Browns Lamar Chapman Cornerback Kansas State
147 Carolina Panthers Gillis Wilson Defensive end Southern U.
148 Baltimore Ravens (from San Diego) Richard Mercier Guard Miami (Florida)
149 Green Bay Packers Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila Defensive end San Diego State
150 San Francisco 49ers (from St. Louis through Chicago) [7] John Milem Defensive end Lenoir-Rhyne
151 Green Bay Packers (from Seattle) Joey Jamison Wide receiver Texas Southern
152 Miami Dolphins Arturo Freeman Free safety South Carolina
153 Kansas City Chiefs Dante Hall Wide receiver Texas A&M
154 Denver Broncos (from San Francisco through Seattle) [5] Muneer Moore Wide receiver Richmond
155 Washington Redskins (from Minnesota) Quincy Sanders Defensive back Nevada-Las Vegas
156 Buffalo Bills Sammy Morris Fullback Texas Tech
157 Tampa Bay Buccaneers James Whalen Tight end Kentucky
158 New Orleans Saints (from Indianapolis) Austin Wheatley Tight end Iowa
159 Jacksonville Jaguars Kiwaukee Thomas Cornerback Georgia Southern
160 Tennessee Titans Frank Chamberlin Linebacker Boston College
161 New England Patriots (from St. Louis Rams) [10] Jeff Marriott Guard Missouri
162 Kansas City Chiefs Pat Dennis Cornerback Louisiana-Monroe
163 Pittsburgh Steelers Tee Martin Quarterback Tennessee
164 Arizona Cardinals Jay Tant Tight end Northwestern
165 Minnesota Vikings Troy Walters Wide receiver Stanford
166 New Orleans Saints Chad Morton Kick returner Southern California

  Round six

Pick # NFL team Player Position College
167 Miami Dolphins (from Cleveland Browns) [11] Ernest Grant Defensive tackle Arkansas-Pine Bluff
168 New Orleans Saints Marc Bulger Quarterback West Virginia
169 Cincinnati Bengals Neil Rackers Kicker Illinois
170 Chicago Bears Frank Murphy Wide receiver Kansas State
171 Philadelphia Eagles Thomas Hamner Running back Minnesota
172 Atlanta Falcons Mareno Philyaw Wide receiver Troy
173 Pittsburgh Steelers Chris Combs Defensive end Duke
174 Chicago Bears Paul Edinger Kicker Michigan State
175 Seattle Seahawks (from Denver) James Williams Wide receiver Marshall
176 Arizona Cardinals Jabari Issa Defensive end Washington
177 New York Giants Dhani Jones Linebacker Michigan
178 Philadelphia Eagles (from Oakland) [12] John Frank Defensive end Utah
179 New York Jets Tony Scott Cornerback North Carolina State
180 Dallas Cowboys Mario Edwards Cornerback Florida State
181 Detroit Lions Quinton Reese Defensive end Auburn
182 Carolina Panthers Jeno James Guard Auburn
183 Cleveland Browns Spergon Wynn Quarterback S.W. Texas State
184 San Diego Chargers Shannon Taylor Linebacker Virginia
185 Seattle Seahawks (from Green Bay) Tim Watson Defensive tackle Rowan
186 Baltimore Ravens Adalius Thomas Linebacker Southern Mississippi
187 New England Patriots Antwan Harris Defensive back Virginia
188 Kansas City Chiefs (from Miami Dolphins) [13] Darnell Alford Guard Boston College
189 Denver Broncos (from St. Louis) Mike Anderson Running back Utah
190 Seattle Seahawks John Hilliard Defensive tackle Mississippi State
191 Baltimore Ravens (from Minnesota) Cedric Woodard Defensive tackle Texas
192 Philadelphia Eagles (from Washington) [14] John Romero Center California
193 Tampa Bay Buccaneers David Gibson Strong safety Southern California
194 Buffalo Bills Leif Olve Dolonen Larsen Defensive end Texas-El Paso
195 New Orleans Saints (from Indianapolis) Michael Hawthorne Free safety Purdue
196 Jacksonville Jaguars Emanuel Smith Wide receiver Arkansas
197 Tennessee Titans Robaire Smith Defensive tackle Michigan State
198 St. Louis Rams Matt Bowen Strong safety Iowa
199 New England Patriots Tom Brady Quarterback Michigan
200 New Orleans Saints Sherrod Gideon Wide receiver Southern Mississippi
201 New England Patriots David Nugent Defensive end Purdue
202 Washington Redskins Todd Husak Quarterback Stanford
203 San Diego Chargers Damen Wheeler Defensive back Colorado
204 Pittsburgh Steelers Jason Gavadza Tight end Kent State
205 San Diego Chargers JaJuan Seider Quarterback Florida A&M
206 Cleveland Browns Brad Bedell Tackle Colorado

  Round seven

Pick # NFL team Player Position College
207 Cleveland Browns Manuia Savea Guard Arizona
208 Kansas City Chiefs (from New Orleans) Desmond Kitchings Wide receiver Furman
209 Cleveland Browns (from Chicago) [15] Eric Chandler Defensive end Jackson State
210 Cincinnati Bengals Brad St. Louis Long snapper Missouri State
211 Atlanta Falcons Darrick Vaughn Cornerback Texas State-San Marcos
212 San Francisco 49ers (from New England) [16] Tim Rattay Quarterback Louisiana Tech
213 Tennessee Titans (from Chicago) Mike Green Fullback Houston
214 Denver Broncos Jarious Jackson Quarterback Notre Dame
215 Arizona Cardinals Sekou Sanyika Outside linebacker California
216 Washington Redskins (from Pittsburgh) Delbert Cowsette Defensive tackle Maryland
217 New York Giants Jeremiah Parker Defensive end California
218 New York Jets Richard Seals Defensive tackle Utah
219 Dallas Cowboys Orantes Grant Outside linebacker Georgia
220 St. Louis Rams (from Detroit) Andrew Kline Guard San Diego State
221 Carolina Panthers Lester Towns Middle linebacker Washington
222 San Diego Chargers Jason Thomas Guard Hampton
223 Chicago Bears (from Cleveland) [15] James Cotton Defensive end Ohio State
224 Green Bay Packers Mark Tauscher Tackle Wisconsin
225 Cleveland Browns (from St. Louis through Chicago) [7][15] Rashidi Barnes Free safety Colorado
226 New England Patriots Casey Tisdale Defensive end New Mexico
227 Oakland Raiders Mondriel Fulcher Tight end Miami (Florida)
228 New Orleans Saints (from Kansas City) Kevin Houser Long snapper Ohio State
229 Green Bay Packers (from Seattle) Ron Moore Defensive tackle Northwestern Oklahoma
230 San Francisco 49ers (from Miami) Brian Jennings Long snapper Arizona State
231 Oakland Raiders (from Denver through Seattle) [17] Cliffton Black Safety S.W. Texas State
232 Miami Dolphins (from Cleveland through Chicago) [15][18] Jeff Harris Cornerback Georgia
233 Buffalo Bills Drew Haddad Wide receiver Buffalo
234 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Joe Hamilton Quarterback Georgia Tech
235 Indianapolis Colts Rob Renes Defensive tackle Michigan
236 Jacksonville Jaguars Erik Olson Free safety Colorado State
237 Tennessee Titans Wes Shivers Guard Mississippi State
238 Indianapolis Colts (from Oakland) [19] Rodregis Brooks Cornerback Alabama-Birmingham
239 New England Patriots Patrick Pass Fullback Georgia
240 Minnesota Vikings Mike Malano Center San Diego State
241 Jacksonville Jaguars Rob Meier Defensive tackle Washington State
242 Green Bay Packers Charles Lee Wide receiver Central Florida
243 Jacksonville Jaguars Shyrone Stith Running back Virginia Tech
244 Minnesota Vikings Giles Cole Tight end Texas A&M-Kingsville
245 Jacksonville Jaguars Danny Clark Middle linebacker Illinois
246 Denver Broncos Leroy Fields Wide receiver Jackson State
247 Jacksonville Jaguars Mark Baniewicz Tackle Syracuse
248 Minnesota Vikings Lewis Kelly Guard South Carolina State
249 Green Bay Packers Eugene McCaslin Linebacker Florida
250 Washington Redskins Ethan Howell Wide receiver Oklahoma State
251 Buffalo Bills DaShon Polk Middle linebacker Arizona
252 Green Bay Packers Rondell Mealey Running back Louisiana State
253 Detroit Lions Alfonso Boone Defensive tackle Mt. San Antonio JC
254[20] Chicago Bears (from Cleveland) [15] Mike Green Strong safety Northwestern State, La.
= compensatory selection = supplemental compensatory selection = Pro Bowler [1]

  Notable undrafted players

Original NFL team Player Position College
Indianapolis Colts Justin Snow Long snapper Baylor
Miami Dolphins Adewale Ogunleye Defensive end Indiana
Kansas City Chiefs Brian Waters Guard North Texas
Cleveland Browns Shaun O'Hara Center Rutgers
Pittsburgh Steelers Hank Fraley Center Robert Morris
Detroit Lions James Hall Defensive end Michigan
Carolina Panthers Brad Hoover Fullback Western Carolina
Tennessee Titans Billy Volek Quarterback Fresno State

  References

  1. ^ a b Players are identified as a Pro Bowler if they were selected for the Pro-Bowl at any time in their career.
  2. ^ The Cowboys traded their 2000 and 2001 first-round picks to Seattle for Joey Galloway."2001 NFL Draft – By the Numbers". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.cnn.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/statitudes/news/2001/04/16/nfldraft_btn/. Retrieved 2007-05-05. 
  3. ^ a b c Carolina traded its second-round choice (No. 51) to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers' second-round (No. 57) and fourth-round (No. 120) choices. "2000 Draft Day trades". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/2000/nfldraft/news/2000/04/16/draftday_trades/. Retrieved 2007-06-13. 
  4. ^ a b c Tennessee traded their 2nd round pick (61st overall) to Philadelphia for their 3rd round pick (68th overall) and their 5th round pick (135th overall). "Eagles' Year by Year Draft" (PDF). Philadelphia Eagles (philadelphiaeagles.com). http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/pdf/Y_B_Y_DRAFT_06.pdf. Retrieved 2007-06-13. 
  5. ^ a b c Seattle traded its third-round pick (86th overall) to San Francisco for San Francisco's fourth-round pick (119th Overall) and their fifth round pick (154th Overall)."2000 Draft Day trades". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/2000/nfldraft/news/2000/04/16/draftday_trades/. Retrieved 2007-06-13. 
  6. ^ a b c San Francisco traded its fourth-round pick (98th overall) to Green Bay for Green Bay's fourth-round pick (108th Overall) and their fifth round pick (132nd Overall)."2000 Draft Day trades". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/2000/nfldraft/news/2000/04/16/draftday_trades/. Retrieved 2007-06-14. 
  7. ^ a b c d Chicago traded its fourth-round pick (104th Overall) to St. Louis Rams for the Rams' fourth- (No. 125), fifth- (No. 150) and seventh-round (No. 225) choices.("2000 Draft Day trades". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/2000/nfldraft/news/2000/04/16/draftday_trades/. Retrieved 2007-06-14. 
  8. ^ Philadelphia traded its fourth-round pick (111th Overall) to San Diego for San Diego's 2001 third-round draft choice."2000 Draft Day trades". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/2000/nfldraft/news/2000/04/16/draftday_trades/. Retrieved 2007-06-14. 
  9. ^ Detroit traded this pick to Philadelphia for Eagles' 5th round choice in 1999. Philadelphia later traded this pick to San Diego for a 3rd round pick in 2001. "Eagles' Year by Year Draft" (PDF). Philadelphia Eagles (philadelphiaeagles.com). http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/pdf/Y_B_Y_DRAFT_06.pdf. Retrieved 2007-06-13. 
  10. ^ St. Louis Rams traded this pick to New England Patriots for DL Mike Jones. "New England Trades for 1998". New England Patriots (patriots.com). http://www.patriots.com/history/index.cfm?ac=DraftTrade&year=1998&draft=no&submit=Submit. Retrieved 2007-06-12. 
  11. ^ Cleveland traded this pick to Miami for RB Karim Abdul-Jabbar. "All time Draft history (1995-99)". Miami Dolphins (miamidolphins.com). http://www.miamidolphins.com/newsite/history/alltimetrades/alltimetrades7.asp#1999. Retrieved 2007-06-12. 
  12. ^ Philadelphia obtained this pick from Oakland for QB Bobby Hoying. "Eagles' Year by Year Draft" (PDF). Philadelphia Eagles (philadelphiaeagles.com). http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/pdf/Y_B_Y_DRAFT_06.pdf. Retrieved 2007-06-13. 
  13. ^ The Dolphins traded this pick and their 2nd round (54th overall) and 3rd round (84th overall) picks in 1999 to Kansas City for their 2nd round (43rd overall) pick in 1999. "All time Draft history (1995-99)". Miami Dolphins (miamidolphins.com). http://www.miamidolphins.com/newsite/history/alltimetrades/alltimetrades7.asp#1999. Retrieved 2007-06-12. 
  14. ^ Philadelphia obtained this pick from Washington for QB Rodney Peete. "Eagles' Year by Year Draft" (PDF). Philadelphia Eagles (philadelphiaeagles.com). http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/pdf/Y_B_Y_DRAFT_06.pdf. Retrieved 2007-06-13. 
  15. ^ a b c d e Chicago traded its seventh-round choices (No. 209 and No. 225) to Cleveland for the Browns' seventh-round choices (No. 223, No. 232 and No. 254)."2000 Draft Day trades". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/2000/nfldraft/news/2000/04/16/draftday_trades/. Retrieved 2007-06-14. 
  16. ^ New England traded this pick to San Francisco for the 49ers' 2001 sixth-round draft choice."2000 Draft Day trades". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/2000/nfldraft/news/2000/04/16/draftday_trades/. Retrieved 2007-06-14. 
  17. ^ Seattle traded this pick (acquired from Denver) to Oakland for the Raiders' 2001 sixth-round choice."2000 Draft Day trades". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/2000/nfldraft/news/2000/04/16/draftday_trades/. Retrieved 2007-06-14. 
  18. ^ Chicago traded this pick to Miami for P Brent Bartholomew."2000 Draft Day trades". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/2000/nfldraft/news/2000/04/16/draftday_trades/. Retrieved 2007-06-14. 
  19. ^ Oakland traded this pick to Indianapolis for the Colts' 2001 sixth-round choice."2000 Draft Day trades". Sports Illustrated (sportsillustrated.com). http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/2000/nfldraft/news/2000/04/16/draftday_trades/. Retrieved 2007-06-14. 
  20. ^ This is the pick commonly referred to as Mr. Irrelevant.

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